For those craving an immediate escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, enter The Rabbit Hole for a delightfully decadent dining and drinking experience. Nestled at the corner of Changkat, The Rabbit Hole inhabits the three-level pre-colonial building opposite Havana, occupying a lot that once housed Le Bouchon, El Rincon, and Envy. Now filled with surprises, the establishment’s unique space — made up of six conceptual environments — promises a fun joint with various vibes to choose from.
The bamboo forest, for one, offers an intimately cosy section for alfresco dining in a warmly lit compound surrounded by lush trees equipped with a stage for live performances. For the artsy hipster folks, step inside and have a cold one at the Tiger Translate Art Bar. With industrial embellishments, vibrant graffiti, and a variety of funky artworks adorning the walls, such detailed decorations bring life to the edgy feel of hanging out in the back alleys of Brooklyn. For the classier crowd, the Arthur’s Lounge provides an elegant atmosphere reminiscent of an old English gentleman’s club. From exotic leather couches to fancy chandeliers, grab a drink, take a sip, and travel back in time to a prohibition era speakeasy. If you’re restless and ready to dance the night away, then head straight over to the Heineken Green Room, an all-white clubroom with an ultra-modern feel with state of the art lighting, sound, and interior inspired by 3D origami art.
Each segmented area offers a richly unique experience, which makes it excellent for the indecisive reveller and ideal for any kind of crowd. And as only four of the six rooms are completed thus far, the adventure doesn’t end there. Plans for the first floor include an exclusive members-only section called ‘Reserved’, modelled after ancient Rome, so those lucky enough to gain entrance shall expect a lovely showcase of Roman-inspired art and architecture. And a short flight of stairs up from this floor will lead to the rooftop. Appropriately named ‘Santorini’, this section takes its inspiration from the white architecture and blue swimming pools of its namesake in Greece. Equipped with a pool and a floating DJ deck, once completed one can expect to dine and drink under the stars while overlooking Changkat’s busy street.
LOT 14 & 16
CHANGKAT BUKIT BINTANG
50200 KUALA LUMPUR
OPEN: 4PM – 2AM (TUE – THU, SUN) / 4PM – 3AM (FRI – SAT)
T: 016 680 2200